Five decades after the War of 1962, relations between India and China remain uneasy. This book proposes that two countries will remain fierce competitors and hence it is imperative for India to understand the thinking, tactics and tantrums of her 'uneasy neighbours'.
Ram Madhav Varanasi is a postgraduate in Political Science and a keen student of geopolitics, strategic and security students, and international relations. He served as an active journalist for over a decade from 1990 to 2001. He is the Director of the India Foundation.